“A 1.0-litre turbo engine and Unlimited trim combine to make this the best ADAM in the line- up”, writes Alan Taylor-Jones for Autocar.
“Vauxhall’s turbo triple feels like a perfect match for the Adam. The engine, soon picks up, and has no trouble getting up to 70mph. It has a muted but appealing thrum if you work it hard, yet remains smooth and refined at lower revs.
“Impressively, there’s virtually none of the steering wheel tremors that some rivals suffer from when the start/stop system is activated. Given the low tax costs and fuel consumption that the official figures suggest, it’s definitely the pick of the range.
“Front space shouldn’t cause an issue for even the tallest of drivers, thanks to a high roofline, upright seating position and a reasonable amount of cabin width. It also feels much plusher than the Fiat 500.
“If you’ve fallen in love with the looks of the Adam, then the Unlimited model makes the most sense.”